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    The Concert of Europe

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    The concert of Europe could be said to have had a substantial level of accountability in the preservation of peace because it brought about a common satisfaction of the status quo. The concert was forged under the thought that none of the great powers was interested in changing the international order to best suit their need. This is because, no power could be so “dissatisfied that it questioned the legitimacy of the entire order.” (83 p.145 Kupchan.) Some may argue that the concert was not created

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    Before the Congress of Vienna the French occupation had far reaching affects on Italy. The power of the Church and the Pope was reduced, changes were made in landownership and land was redistributed. A new middle class began to appear. Agriculture was improved and the peasants were freed from their old feudal ties and obligations. Then when Napoleon was defeated and the restoration of the old regime and monarchs was started, Italy again became a country divided into eleven independent states, excluding

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    consequences that could have been given to France, you can infer that it could have been a lot worse for them. Yes, it was devastating to find out that they would be losing a lot of their land; however, they were left with quite a lot. When the Congress of Vienna met they agreed that their main goal was to: have a new European order, one that included collective security and stability for all throughout Europe. The fate of the New France would be decided amongst representative from the Quadruple Alliance;

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    Versailles and The Congress of Vienna then the Second World War never would have occurred, but this is not the case as both treaty’s and the results from both treaty’s are widely different. Both events were efforts to secure the peace after losing so many lives in wars, and try to avoid another even more catastrophic war, but both events had various differences when concerning their motives, structure, and philosophy. These stark differences also help to explain why the Congress of Vienna is considered

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    is a painting of all of the members of the Congress of Vienna meeting and working out new policies. The Congress of Vienna was an important time in history because it reorganized Europe after the devastating Napoleonic Wars. In the painting the viewer can see the troubled faces of the leaders as the try to figure out the best arrangements. It was an intense period in European history. This unique painting captured the meeting of the Congress of Vienna as leaders work to promote law, order, and

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    Diplomacy is the practice of managing negotiations between representatives of countries or groups. Often at times it is refers to international diplomacy which is the managing of international relations through the intervention of professional diplomats in regards to issues of wars, peace-making, trade, economics, cultures, human rights ,etc. “ If western diplomacy has a role to play it will have to be discrete and carefully considered, always bearing in mind that the governing rule of diplomats

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    the students were Jews. In 1878 the family moved from Budapest to Vienna, where he entered the University of Vienna to study law. He received his license to practice law in 1884 but chose to devote himself to literature. Remaining in Vienna, he became o correspondent for Neue Freie Presse (New Free Press), the liberal magazine of the bourgeoisie. In 1889 he married Julie Naschauer, daughter of a wealthy Jewish businessman in Vienna. The marriage was unhappy, although three children were born to it

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    states for one to become the hegemon. The Congress of Vienna in 1814, which featured Russia, Austria, Prussia, and Britain as the dominate powers known as the Quadruple Alliance, diplomatically decide the fate of France and the nations conquered during the Napoleonic Wars. These larger four nations remained unconcerned over the fact that some small nations became smaller or disappeared from the European map. Their attendance at the Congress of Vienna established their hegemony and increased the

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    John Locke (1632-1704) - John Locke, an English philosopher, developed one of the most influential theories of contractual government. In his Second Treatise of Civil Government, published in 1690, Locke argued that government was created by the people and intended to appoint rulers to protect and promote their common interests. The people gave political rights to their rulers but kept personal rights to life, liberty, and property. Any ruler who violated those rights was subject to deposition. Additionally

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    on the Security Council which is one of six principle organs in the UN seen in its veto-wielding permanent members weaken the international concept. This paper looks back into the antecedents to the UN represented by the Treaty of Westphalia, Congress of Vienna, and League of Nations. This asserts that United Nations is another foreign policy instrument utilized by the Great Powers to protect

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